There have been 33 separate acquisitions that created @ChinoHillsSP and every single one required landowner’s to willingly participate. This means they chose to sell, donate or use their land as mitigation to offset impacts somewhere else.
Thank you to San Gabriel Valley Tribune for your great coverage of the Chino Hills State Park announcement as we advance the acquisition of 842 more acres next to the State Park. Thanks to Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority and … Read More
Exciting news! Power In Nature CA & Hills For Everyone announces plans to help meet #30×30 through additional acquisitions adjacent to Chino Hills State Park. This will: 🦌Improve wildlife connectivity 💧Protect water quality 🐦🌿Safeguard important plants & animals #PowerInNature #Parks … Read More
The area around Chino Hills State Park is a treasure worth protecting! It’s one of the most accessible state parks in California, and its ridgeline boundaries protect visitors and wildlife from urban development. Let’s work together to ensure its preservation … Read More
It is with great pleasure that I announce that Governor Newsom signed SB 266 into law. This law now requires the Department of Parks and Recreation to accept title to the lands being acquired on the eastern ridgeline of Chino Hills … Read More
In a very contrasting post to our last one, we are excited to announce that our Chino Hills State Park expansion bill (SB 266 – Senator Josh Newman) unanimously passed the Assembly Appropriations Committee this morning. Next up the Assembly … Read More
Forty years in the making… the view from Chino Hills State Park of Lower Aliso Canyon is now protected–forever. We are deeply grateful to the landowner, The Conservation Fund, L.A. Mountains, and Wildlife Conservation Board. If you want to support … Read More